Over the past few weeks tension has built again over the well known CISPA bill which the American government is trying to get in place. Anonymous hacktivist have once again lashed out and now leaks of data have started with one of the first coming from a well known and major player in the mobile phone operator game in Japan, DoCoMo which is an acronym of the phrase "Do communications over the mobile network." [wiki]. > RT CISPA Supporter DOCOMO DataDump #StopCISPA #LulzSec - pastebin.com/sPeNARB6 — LulzSecWiki (@LulzSecWiki) April 26, 2013
The leak was announced by @LulzSecWiki who have posted the data to pastebin along with the following message.
Greetings!! TheLulzBoat has been docked and the lulzflags have been raised. Americans have brought to our attention the issue of CISPA. We were sent this list -> https://pastebin.com/tF7J6MHk <- In utter disgust of the language in the CISPA bill we have decided to act. We are here to show the companies exactly how CISPA feels when used against us. We understand CISPA was not passed. This is still an issue. These companies have continued to support all internet censorship bills. It is time to take action. The internet was made to be a FREE and OPEN service for the world to use at the USERS will. Our first target is unique. They are part of the "Wireless Alliance". They angered us because they are hosted outside the United States but have a say in American policy. That company is DOCOMO. DOCOMO is the predominant mobile phone operator in Japan. The name is officially an abbreviation of the phrase, "do communications over the mobile network", and is also from a compound word dokomo, meaning "everywhere" in Japanese. Docomo provides phone, video phone (FOMA and Some PHS), i-mode (internet), and mail (i-mode mail, Short Mail, and SMS) services. The company has its headquarters in the Sanno Park Tower, Nagatacho, Chiyoda, Tokyo.
The leaked data is split into various sections from different database tables which include server, administration, distributor, applications and American staff logins, clients and other details. There is also a dump of personal details from users which includes 430 email addresses, real names, home addresses, contacts, credit card details and other credentials which are all in clear text. The staff and admin details include emails from wasabikikaku.com and docomo-usa.com and have encrypted passwords. Source: pastebin
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